Category Archives: Christianity

Science and the Resurrection Belief are Not Incompatible

A common talking point in the New Atheist community is the assertion that the resurrection of Jesus contradicts science and thus must be wrong. Yet this argument is seriously misguided, as it depends on a faulty understanding of both science … Continue reading

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Is the New Zealand Shooter a “Christian Terrorist?”

I have seen several Tweets out there now asserting that the New Zealand shooter was a “Christian terrorist.”  While it’s obvious he is a terrorist, is there any evidence he is a Christian?  I can’t find any.  All the evidence … Continue reading

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Non-Christians Continue to Struggle with Morality

Tom Gilson wrote a nice article about the way secularists push their morality on others. They approach morality as hyper-religious zealots.  They demand conformity.  They demand allegiance to their morality. As we proceed into the increasingly bizarre post-Christian world, the … Continue reading

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Gratitude

Here in the USA, we are about to celebrate Thanksgiving.  It is a good idea to set aside some time to be thankful, as gratitude is an admirable trait.  For me, a state of gratitude allows one to recognize a … Continue reading

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Eye for an Eye

There is another excerpt from Elizabeth Finne’s article that I want to highlight: Proportionality, meanwhile, is a criterion of fairness and justice applicable in all areas of the law, from self-defense and the use of military force, to the adjudication … Continue reading

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Goldilocks and Evidence for Christian Theism

Let me provide what I consider to be a significant piece of evidence for the truth of Christian theism. It all begins with the Goldilocks Principle.  Wikipedia describes it as follows: The Goldilocks principle is named by analogy to the … Continue reading

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Goldilocks and Evidence for Christian Theism

Let me provide what I consider to be a significant piece of evidence for the truth of Christian theism. It all begins with the Goldilocks Principle.  Wikipedia describes it as follows: The Goldilocks principle is named by analogy to the … Continue reading

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The Social Justice Movement and Christians: A Comparison

We have seen how SocJus, an secular religion, behaves when they become aware of dissenting views being expressed in their midst (here and here).  Let’s compare their behavior to how Christians have behaved in a similar setting. The year is … Continue reading

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The Head Fake

So what if Jesus was to reappear on Earth and, in a well documented manner, did things like heal amputees?  In other words, what if God did as the atheists demand and they get their sensational, miraculous, unexplainable gaps?  What next? Atheists … Continue reading

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Three Levels of Confusion

Jerry Coyne has convinced himself science and religion are incompatible at three different levels. Yet what we truly have are three levels of confusion on the part of Coyne. Coyne writes: In my view, the real conflict acts on three … Continue reading

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